Sleight of Hand Winery in Walla Walla is fun, eclectic and a music lovers' dream!
The winery has a cool, funky, fun vibe that is unlike any winery we have toured before. You will want to give yourself ample time to visit this fun winery especially if you love music!
Sleight of Hand Winery- Walla Walla, Washington
The turntable is kicking with old school records playing everything you can imagine!
Trey Busch the winemaker is a bit of a Pearl Jam fan. Ok, that might be a little too modest to describe his love and passion for Pearl Jam. This love carries into the winery and atmosphere!
The winery was even named after a Pearl Jam song!
The winery produces approximately 7500 cases of wine annually. They produce a European style Rose along with their other vintages.
You can find their secondary label Renegade at Fred Myers and QVC Grocery Stores.
The Archimage is sold mainly at the winery and is a combination of their best grapes.
Sleight of Hand is the perfect winery to end your wine tasting day at. The music, relaxed setting, and the chill vibe is a great way to end a perfect day of wine tasting.
You can relax on the front porch and enjoy a glass of their fantastic wines.
During our visit, we were lucky enough to see them foot crushing grapes in the old fashion way. I must say this is a lot more work than I imagined it to be.
The guys crushing the grapes were getting a serious workout and purple feet to go along with it.
Sleight of Hand still foot stomps ⅓ of their grapes for their Syrah!
Sleight of Hand Walla Walla Winery Information
You can find out more about Sleight of Hand by checking out their website, Facebook, and Instagram
Sleight of Hand Cellars Walla Walla Address - 1959 JB George Rd, Walla Walla, WA 99362
Walla Walla Tasting Room Hours: Thursday-Monday 11-5
Curbside Pickup Hours: Daily 11-5 (Please call ahead if you are able)
We are currently not accepting walk-ins
email - info@SofHcellars.com
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First of all, being a wine aficionado I just loved the image of the stomping of the grapes. That is such a great shot! Sleight of Hand Cellars looks incredible and it's on my list now of places to visit. Thanks so much for sharing your experiences.
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I love the inside setup. It looks like it is a very welcoming place. If I ever find myself in Washington, I will definitely check it out. It sounds like a nice place to go.
I love when I visit wineries. It's cool to learn the history of the wine maker and the grapes. I never gotten a chance to stomp on grapes, but I know, I will someday soon. I can't wait to visit this winery soon.
This looks really nice, I have never been to a winery before in my life; but I'd really like to visit one some day!
I’m excited to go on my first winery tour this spring with one of my good friends. I’m hoping one of the wineries is as cool as this one. I can only imagine the calories burned crushing grapes by foot – is that a great excuse to drink more wine, right?
Wow this looks like a wonderful place. I would love to experience this. I've always wanted to go to a winery, and stomp grapes! I don't think I ever will but it's for sure on my long list of to do! Really fun and out there for me. Looks like a really great time!
First of all, I love that the winery is in a place called Walla Walla Washington, I've never heard of it before and it sounds like a fun place haha.
On our honeymoon we were given gift vouchers to visit a couple of winerys. I wish we knew more about it, and drank it more because it was such an awesome vibe to hang out there, and simply chill out and chat. I can't say I'm ever a fan of bare feet crushing grapes though. I just can't get over it (maybe because some feet are stinky and it grosses me out lol) 🙁
I would love to be able to visit this- or really, any- winery. It has been an item on my bucket list for ages. That is quite impressive that they still hand stomp 1/3 of their grapes. It really shows how much they care about their wine and the products that they are putting out to the public!
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Wow, that collection of records is impressive! I grew up in Western Washington and I thought all the good wineries were there 😉 just kidding, I really love Washington Syrahs and I used to buy a lot of wine from Fred Meyer... I wonder if I have ever tried the brand they sell there - Renegade. Looks like you guys had fun!